--downloadable from here
Notepad(or other basic text editor)/Kate
Any *.iso file
A .vmx file (there is one available to download here ("resul.vmx"))
Step 1: Editing the .vmx File
A lot of files can be edited with notepad (or similar program) including this vmx file...
-Right click on the *.vmx file and choose "open with">"notepad".
The ninth line is the only line of text that needs editing, this tells the player what *.iso file to open for booting....
Now put the *.iso file you want to boot into the same location as the *.vmx file, mine are all on Desktop. Select the *.iso file you want to boot (in my case Fedora Linux) then press F2>Ctrl+C which copies the files name. ;-) then you can just un-select the file. (Picture five)
Now go back to Notepad and select the File name, Do not select the quotations too >Refer to image four. Then press Ctrl+V which will paste the file name you copied earlier.
Step 2: Save.
Step 3: The Proof of the Pudding Is in the Eating.
Double click (default on windowz) the edited *.vmx file which *should* then start-up VM-Player....
-If you have any problems in doing this, or following this Instructable, Please comment saying what's wrong. =)